DCU Centre For Engaged Research Autumn Lecture Series 2022 'Community Co-Researchers'
CER Autumn lecture series 2022, L. Grehan & E. Clarke

Centre for Engaged Research Autumn Lecture Series 2022 'Community Co-Researchers' - Laura Grehan & Dr Emma Clarke, 'Engaging Stakeholders in Two-way Dialogue: Observations from ADAPT’s #DiscussAI Think-Ins'

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The Centre for Engaged Research is delighted to welcome Laura Grehan and Dr Emma Clarke to take part in our Autumn lecture series 'Community Co-Researchers' and present on their work entitled 'Engaging Stakeholders in Two-way Dialogue: Observations from ADAPT’s #DiscussAI Think-Ins'. This is the fourth lecture in our six-part guest lecture series and we are very excited to learn about Emma and Laura's intriguing work investigating Artificial intelligence and the role of technology in modern society.

 

ADAPT’s #DiscussAI Think-Ins foster public discussion, dialogue and deliberation around the ethical implications of AI development and use. This lecture will explore how stakeholders play a key role at all stages of this Think-In series, from identifying Think-In themes, to the co-creation of discussion scenarios and a co-assessment approach to the project’s evaluation.

 

Dr Emma Clarke is the Education and Public Engagement Officer in ADAPT, the SFI Research Centre for AI-driven Digital Content Technology at DCU, where she leads the #DiscussAI Think-Ins project.

 

Laura Grehan is Head of Education and Public Engagement in ADAPT.

 

This event will be held online via Zoom. 

 

This event will be recorded and made available on our website and YouTube Channel

 

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